Veterans Helping Veterans Foundation is featured in Atlanta & Cary Magazine as a leading non-profit in veterans services..

Editor, Cary Magazine

Director, Atlanta Magazine

This organization provides outstanding work to veterans.

Emma Andrews-

  I would recommend VHV Foundation to anyone needing help!

Christina Smith-

I would recommend VHV Foundation to anyone needing help!

Christina Smith – US Navy

This organization provides outstanding work to veterans.

Emma Andrews- US Army

VHV has been a life saver and a life changer!

Jonas Mahan – US Navy

The compassion the staff has with this organization is unreal. Thanks for helping my family.

Staff Sergeant Blake Patterson USMC

22 Veterans Commit Suicide Each Day!

It’s Time to Try Something Different

Most of our Nation Heroes who served overseas suffer from mental illness.
The most common illness inside our Veteran Community include:

  • PTSD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Alcohol Abuse
  • Drug Abuse

• Military service members and veterans are often reluctant to seek mental health care. Surveys uncovered widely held attitudes that can inhibit use of mental health services:
• Concern that admitting a mental health problem is a sign of weakness
• Fear that use of mental health services will have negative career repercussions with veterans, (especially among active-duty personnel, who are required to disclose treatment)
• Skepticism about the effectiveness of treatment and concerns about the negative side effects of
medication.
• The mental health workforce has insufficient capacity. Mental health specialty care for conditions such as PTSD and depression are not readily available in many parts of the country. Most mental health specialists are concentrated in urban areas. Even where specialty care is available,limited health plan coverage may reduce access for veterans seeking care outside of the VHA.

THEY FIGHT FOR OUR SAFETY AND FREEDOM

It’s Our Turn To Fight For Them.

These brave men and women in uniform have fought selflessly, protecting and defending our national security and freedom. Now, it is our turn to protect and fight FOR them. VHV Foundation mission is to bring awareness to veterans who suffer with mental illness, providing veterans proper resources on how to seek solutions to thriving once again, and overcoming the dark place that most veterans find themselves in.
Join VHV Foundation movement in protecting and fighting for our veteran community.

VHV Foundation is already making its way around the nation to impact our Veteran Community.

Please check VHV Foundation “Events” tab to find us in your local city.

  •  National Veteran Stand Down

  •  Air Shows

  •  Military Installation Base Events

  •  Live Nation Concert Events

  •  Charitable Runs/ Including “Silkie Runs”

  •  Veteran Job Affair Events

  •  Veterans PTSD Cruise

  •  Veterans Day 5k Run

What We Do

Impact Our Homeless Veteran Community.

Throughout the United States.

Mental Illness & Awareness Education

Emergency Assistance For
Food Pantries, Rent, Shelter, Bill Pay.

Requirements
(Must Provide Proof of Hardship Documents, Valid ID, DD214)

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Please Note: VHV Foundation does not offer medical advice or assist in mental health crisis. If you or someone you know needs emergency help, please visit our Mental Health Resources Page.

About Us

VHVFoundation does not offer medical advice or assist in mental health crisis. If you or someone you know needs emergency help, please visit our mental health resources page. If you have thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please contact the Veteran Crisis Line. Contact Number 1800-273-8255 Press 1 or Call 911 Immediately.

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